So, if I understand you correctly, you are asking folks whp do not live in Oklahoma and have experienced open carry to write comments explaining that there really is not blood flowing in the streets, there are not shoot-outs over parking spaces, and that nobody has blown away some fool with 16 items who just had to use the 15-or-less express checkout lane?
I mean, I could do that for you. But seriously, do you really think it will change the mind of anybody reading the comments? And besides, they do not know me and I have no bona fides to offer saying that I even know what I'm talking about.
If you want to expose delusional thinking for what it is, it seems to me you would want to do that to the legislators who are going to vote on the OC bill.
It's just a suggestion but you might help whoever is pushing the OC bill to contact the POI (Point of Information) from the gun-rights advocate organizations in states that already have OC or are also trying to get OC. You might also search the newspapers in states that have OC for some articles published near the 1-year and 5-year anniversary of passage of OC legislation (or passage of CC or "shall issue" legislation in those states where OC was never illegal). Often a reporter or editor will get brave enough to write about how the worst fears never actually materialized and the crime statistics actuallly show that gun toters who are not thugs/criminals to begin with are more law-abiding than the cops and have magnitudes fewer NDs than the cops, let alone actually shooting folks (legally, justifiable, excusably). Then put that information under the noses of all the legislators.
Just my take on what you are asking. Others may have an entirely different opinion.